ORIGINAL RESEARCH P HYSICIANS' A TTITUDES T OWARD C OMPLEMENTARY AND A LTERNATIVE M EDICINE J EFFREY J UMP, MD, L YNNE Y ARBROUGH, MA, S ANDRA K ILPATRICK, P H D, AND T HOMAS C ABLE, MD Background: To assess physicians'attitudes regarding the legitimacy of complementary and alterna-tivemedicine ...
Survey: The Physicians' Perspective Some 12,000 physicians, most of them in primary care, •* share their perspectives on current medical practice conditions in the United States.
The Physicians' Perspective: Medical Practice in 2008 Key Findings The Doctor Shortage æ An overwhelming majority of physicians - 78% - believe there is a shortage of primary care doctors in the United States today æ 49% of physicians - more than 150,000 doctors nationwide - said that over the ...
scribed by physicians in other practices, patient formularies and generic alternatives—when physicians are deciding what medications to prescribe.
Preface This handbook contains instructions for physicians on cause-of-death certification. It was prepared by the Department of Health and Human Services' Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS).
I have ■ ■ have not ■ ■ reviewed the above information with the parent/guardian. Physician:_____Date of Physical Exam: _____ Address:_____Date This Form Completed ...
The Family Experience with Primary Care Physicians and Staff A Report by the National Alliance on Mental Illness May 2011
The Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Supplies (DMEPOS) Competitive Bidding Program. Physicians and Other Treating Practitioners
Guidelines for Teaching Physicians, Interns, and Residents. provide customized information that is sufficient to support a medical necessity determination.
PHYSICIANS Short character sketches about physicians from the Belleville area (roughly 45 mile radius) in Ontario who graduated before 1900.